# Rational Function and Equation

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- Q1
A vertical asymptote is found by setting the _________= to zero and solve for x.

Left Side

Numerator

Denominator

Right Side

30s - Q2
What is an asymptote?

a point on a graph that intersects x-axis

a point on a graph that intersects y-axis.

an imaginary line that a function never touches

a line that divides a graph of a function into two symmetrical parts.

30s - Q3
What are the asymptotes of the graph?

x = 3 y = -1

x = -3 y = 1

x = -3 y = -1

x = 3 y = 1

30s - Q4
What is the horizontal asymptote?

x = 2

y = 2

x = -3

y = -2

30s - Q5
What is the vertical asymptote?

y = 1

x = -2

x = 2

y = -1

30s - Q630s
- Q7
Rational functions always have exactly 1 vertical asymptote.

falsetrueTrue or False30s - Q830s
- Q9
This rational function is undefined at...

x = 5

x = -4

y = 0

x = 4

30s - Q10
A vertical asymptote always has the equation...

x = ________________

f(x) = ______________

y = ________________

30s - Q11
Which rational function has a vertical asymptote at x = -3

$y\backslash \; =\backslash \; \backslash frac\{x\}\{-3\}$

$y\backslash \; =\backslash \; \backslash frac\{1\}\{x-3\}$

$y\backslash \; =\backslash \; \backslash frac\{3\}\{x\}$

$y\backslash \; =\backslash \; \backslash frac\{1\}\{x+3\}$

30s - Q12
What is the equation of the graphed rational function?

$f\backslash left(x\backslash right)\backslash \; =\backslash \; \backslash frac\{1\}\{x-2\}$

$f\backslash left(x\backslash right)\backslash \; =\backslash \; \backslash frac\{-2\}\{x\}$

$f\backslash left(x\backslash right)\backslash \; =\backslash \; \backslash frac\{1\}\{x+2\}$

$f\backslash left(x\backslash right)\backslash \; =\backslash \; \backslash frac\{x-2\}\{x\}$

30s - Q1330s
- Q1445s
- Q1545s